Today in the Dauphin Herald – Mar 24 – 1910

1910 Mar 24 – Salatiski Given Two Years

Nicholas Tycki, known as Salatiski about the Dauphin district, was found guilty of rape at Portage assizes last week, and sentenced to two years hard labour in Stoney Mountain penitentiary by Chief Justice Howell. The jury was out four hours. When the verdict was announced the prisoner wept.
The crime was committed near Sifton last September. He was tried last November, the jury disagreeing.

1910 Mar 24 – Fork River

J. McDonald from Minitonas, has been visiting M. Little.
Rev. Fyles, Field Secretary of Sunday Schools for the Diocese, visited here last week and preached in the parish Church.
A tie and apron social is to be held under the auspices of the Women’s Auxiliary in the Orange Hall on Mar. 29th, at 8 o’clock. Ladies please bring baskets. A good programme is promised.
Mr. and Mrs. Northam who have been visiting friends here, returned last week to Weyburn.
C. Smith, who has been blacksmithing here for some time, left for North Dakota last week.
Mr. Ninnis who has been here for a few months, left for England last Tuesday.
A Bible Class will be held Sunday afternoons in All Saints’ Church at 2 o’clock commencing on April 3rd. Everybody invited to come.
A special evening service will be held on Easter Sunday at All Saints’ Church at 8 o’clock; no afternoon service.

1910 Mar 24 – Winnipegosis

The Winnipegosis creamery will commence the season’s operations on 15th of April.

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